Modern Ghana

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A group calling itself Save the Nation for Future Leaders want those caught in the illegal mining operations also known as galamsey and their collaborators killed to serve as a strong warning to others for destroying the earth.

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The Greater Accra Sustainable Sanitation and Livelihoods Improvement Project, GASSLIP, has held a workshop for the Greater Accra region, Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) as key stakeholders in the implementation of its policy framework.

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Lucozade Ghana has organized a clean-up exercise to clear plastic wastes at the Osu Beach. The company said it is aimed at addressing the menace of plastic waste pollution in our water bodies.

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NPP delegates in the Sunyani East constituency have showered praises on Lawyer Alfred Tuah-Yeboah, an aspiring Parliamentary Candidate for the area, for demonstrating a high sense of maturity in his campaign on the ticket of the party.

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Former TV3 rsquo;s broadcast Journalist, Odilia Prempeh Agyeman has been selected as a tutor for Television production at the International Careers Festival in Rome, Italy after competing with hundreds of applicants for the position.

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The Sunyani Technical University is making frantic efforts to absorb as many Free SHS graduates as possible, beginning from September this year when the next academic year is expected to commence. To this end, the University is putting up a 1000-bed capacity hostel while efforts are also being made to renovate three existing hostels namely; Cocoa, Busia and Magazine Halls to provide decent accommodation for students.

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Three persons including a one-year-old child have been killed after they were run over by a wheel loading machine on Friday morning at Aputuogya-Nkwanta in the Bosomtwi District of the Ashanti Region.

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A 21-year-old unemployed man has been sentenced to 15years imprisonment for robbery and causing harm. The convict, Nana Ansong in an attempt to steal an iPhone 6s plus from a shop at Adabraka in Accra and in the process slashed the neck of the shop attendant but was apprehended by eyewitnesses.

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On 16th February 2020, a Yellow and Ash Daewoo Matiz taxi cab with registration number GW5713-20 was snatched at knifepoint by two armed men at Asumuakwa Village near Agona Kwanyako in the Central Region.

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The Northern Development Forum has organized a one-day regional stakeholder consultation meeting in Wa to engage political parties, amongst others in a citizen-led process of influencing national priorities on the development of Northern Ghana.

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A former presidential aspirant, Dr. Abu Sakara has made a case for the country to consider the option of practising a coalition government to broaden inclusion in Ghana rsquo;s politics. Dr. Sakara, who is the founder of the National Interest Movement and is also a former presidential candidate on the ticket of the Convention People rsquo;s Party bemoaned the fact that Ghana was essentially running a duopoly.

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Some members of the Convention Peoples 39; Party (CPP) have kicked against what they say is outrageous filing fees being charged by the party for various national leadership positions. Mr. Kweku Quansah, aspiring to the National Chairman position, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that, the nomination fees were outrageously high for a socialist democratic party.

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President Akufo-Addo is taunting his predecessor, John Dramani Mahama, for having 39;no policy 39; to campaign on as the 2020 general election gathers momentum. He said Mr. Mahama, who is staging a comeback on the ticket of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) after being defeated massively in 2016, is only going about criticizing his (Akufo-Addo) good policies.

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The National Labour Commission has asked Aayalolo bus drivers planning to embark on a sit-down strike on Monday to abort their decision. The commission says the action is needless as there are better alternatives to get their employers to honour their obligation to them.

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Members of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) in Wuhan say they are convinced by President Akufo-Addo assurance that government will evacuate stranded students from China. According to them, they did not get any positive assurance from President Nana Akufo-Addo rsquo;s State of the Nation Address in Parliament last Thursday.

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The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has raised serioius concerns over government rsquo;s failure to promptly pay National Health Insurance claims to health facilities across the country. GMA says the issue of delayed payment of claims needs to be addressed with immediate effect to avert the possibility of reverting to the lsquo;cash and carry rsquo; system.

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iWatch Africa has launched a digital rights initiative in Accra to curb online harassment experienced by human rights activists and journalists in Ghana. iWatch Africa in collaboration with the Commission on Human Rights Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) and the police will monitor and prosecute individuals who use various online platforms to trample on the fundamental human rights of the targeted group.

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President Akufo-Addo has said the positive gains of the 39;Year of Return 39; programme will not be allowed to diminish. According to him, aside from positively selling Ghana to the international stage, the well attended programme also boosted the local economy greatly.

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Justice Clemence Jackson Honyenuga, who is sitting on the case involving the former Ghana Cocoa Board boss, Dr. Stephen Opuni and businessman, Seidu Agongo, has sparked social media rage over his declaration of support for President Akufo-Addo, during his tour of the Oti and Volta regions.

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After close to a decade without a traditional leader, the Worabeba Traditional Area has finally installed Chief Kwaw Abowie II as the chief of the area. Known in private life as Mr Kwabena Amoah, a businessman and consultant in construction, would be presiding over the Worabeba stool, which stretches across the entire Winneba township.

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The former New Juaben South constituency chairman for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Eastern Region, Mr. Michael Oteng-Adu has said party internal election is not about noise making rather, the actual work must be done underground.

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) of Asokwa and Deputy Minister for Environment, Science, Technology, and Innovation, Ms. Patricia Appiagyei, has said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo rsquo;s commitment to the delivery of his campaign promises, including the One-constituency, One-million dollars policy, is not in doubt.

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Orange Corners, an initiative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in collaboration with MDF West Africa, the Ghana Innovation Hub and our private sector partners which seeks to further develop and strengthen the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Ghana has celebrated the graduation of the first cohort of its six-month acceleration programme for Ghanaian entrepreneurs in Accra.

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The Environmental Health Unit at the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly of the Eastern Region has destroyed confiscated food and cosmetic products seized from some traders and shop owners. The expired, bloated and rusted food, alcoholic drinks and provisions were found being sold out to the public despite its state at the time of seizure by the Health Unit.

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Deputy Communications Director for the Convention People rsquo;s Party , Benjamin Nsiah, says Minority in Parliament decision to boycott the State of the Nation Address delivered by President Akufo-Addo on Thursday, February 20 is disgraceful and frivolous.

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